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Intern, Engineer Endoscope (Summer 2019)

Each Summer KARL STORZ in Charlton hires 10-15 summer interns. If you are interested in a summer internship at KARL STORZ in 2019 please apply to this posting.
Job Summary:
The intern works directly with engineers to fabricate and assemble prototypes, components, fixtures, test samples, and tooling. Other duties include the development of assembly processes and procedures, test protocols, and basic technology. The primary responsibility of the position is to improve manufacturing processes.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Works closely with engineers to assemble and test various mechanical components within an endoscope.
Recommends materials, components, and assembly techniques and aids the engineers in transferring the products to production.
Assists engineers in the development and improvement of manufacturing processes.
Aids in the development of fixtures and tooling. Supports the up-keep and maintenance of fixtures, tooling and equipment in endoscope manufacturing area.
Aware of practices and processes utilizing current management tools.
Requirements:
Actively pursuing degree in engineering discipline.
Ability to apply innovative solutions to moderately complex problems.
Ability to work well with co-workers.
About the Company:
As the largest privately held medical device company in the world, KARL STORZ has achieved global preeminence in endoscopes and medical imaging devices used in minimally invasive surgery. Our dedication to employee achievement and development through effective training and our commitment to a workforce that reflects and respects global diversity and the future of the environment have allowed KARL STORZ to serve our customers for over 70 years.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or protected veteran status. KARL STORZ is an Equal Opportunity Employer supporting EOE/M/F/Vet/Disability.


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